WGC Workday Championship at the Concession Odds - PGA Tour Betting

WGC Workday Championship at the Concession Golf Odds

The first World Golf Championship event of the season gets the Florida swing started this week with the PGA Tour in Bradenton, Fla. for the WGC Workday Championship at the Concession. Due to COVID concerns and logistical issues the event was moved from Mexico with The Concession Golf Club hosting a PGA Tour event for the first time. The limited field of 72 golfers features some of the best in the world in what is sure to be a hotly-contested tournament. The top 15 players in the OWGR are set to peg it up led by No. 1 and betting favorite Dustin Johnson, who looks to win this event on a third different course. Patrick Reed is back to defend his title that he won by one-shot over Bryson DeChambeau last year in Mexico. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete list of betting odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Odds to Win WGC Workday Championship at the Concession at BookMaker.eu

Dustin Johnson +650

Jon Rahm +900

Xander Schauffele +1400

Rory McIlroy +1600

Justin Thomas +1800

Bryson DeChambeau +2000

Patrick Cantlay +2000

Tony Finau +2000

Tyrrell Hatton +2000

Viktor Hovland +2500

Brooks Koepka +2800

Patrick Reed +2800

Daniel Berger +3000

Webb Simpson +3000

Sungjae Im +3500

Collin Morikawa +4000

Joaquin Niemann +4000

Scottie Scheffler +4000

Tommy Fleetwood +4000

Hideki Matsuyama +4500

Adam Scott +5000

Harris English +5000

Jason Day +5000

Cameron Smith +6000

Justin Rose +6000

Matthew Fitzpatrick +6000

Max Homa +6000

Will Zalatoris +6000

Louis Oosthuizen +6500

Bubba Watson +8000

Jason Kokrak +8000

Marc Leishman +8000

Robert MacIntyre +8000

Ryan Palmer +8000

Sergio Garcia +8000

Victor Perez +8000

Odds Analysis

Daniel Berger +3000

Taking a much needed rest after winning at Pebble Beach, Berger gets back to work on a run of incredible form over the last year. Just how dialed in is he? He stormed back after an MC in Phoenix to win at Pebble Beach with a walk-off eagle for his third top-10 in his last four starts. Over the last 12 months he has a pair of wins among seven top-5 finishes and his approach game should play well at The Concession.

Bryson DeChambeau +2000

Not many in the field have played this course giving DeChambeau an advantage. The question is can he take advantage of it? He’s obviously not the same person that won the NCAA Championship at The Concession in 2015, he’s probably better. And that’s a scary thought for everyone in the field. I was a little surprised to see his price as high as it is and I have no problem throwing down on him knowing he has a little head start over everyone else.

Viktor Hovland +2500

You have to ride the hot hand until it cools off, and there’s no one hotter than Hovland right now. Well, maybe DJ slides in there, but other than that there’s no one. Three top-5s including a win at the Mayakoba in his last four starts, and six top-10s in eight starts this season is impressive. He won’t be wowed by the field since that’s passed, so why not go back to the well?

Kevin Kisner +10000

There isn’t much to say Kisner has a shot at the outright title. Outside of a solo second at the RSM Classic last November his play has been sketchy. But he has a way of playing up to the competition as evidenced by his record in WGCs where he has a match-play win in 2019 and two other runner-up finishes. Kisner is accurate off the tee allowing for a solid approach, which is a key to contending at The Concession. If there is one longshot I’d drop a few bucks on, Kisner is the guy.

Will Zalatoris +6000

You expect Zalatoris to cool off at some point but that hasn’t happened yet. The most incredible stat for him is that if he was a Tour member he’d rank 29th in the FedExCup. He has four top-10s among his seven top-20s this season and is coming off a remarkable putting performance that led to a T15 last week. He’s a good bet in alternate markets as well, but he’s also another longshot with a handsome payout for an outright.

Course: The Concession Golf Club – 7,474 yards, Par 72

A relatively new course that opened in 2006, The Concession makes its debut on the PGA Tour. It’s long stretching to nearly 7,500 yards, and it’s also new to a large contingent of players. One player who has mastered the layout is DeChambeau, who won the 2015 NCAA Championship on this track. The course will be a difficult test for everyone, but the field gets four whacks at it with no cut this week. Plenty of bunkers and native landscape surround the course, and being in Florida that means a lot of water. Golfers need to be patient and have an excellent approach game in order to contend. Four of the five most difficult holes on the course are par 5s and the par 4 18th is no picnic, which should give us a wild finish come Sunday.

TV Coverage: NBC, Golf Channel

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